The Purl Ridge Stitch
The stitch produces raised rows of "purl bumps" across the fabric. In our instructions, we create a purl ridge every four rows; although the width between these ridges can be varied depending on the look you are after (see picture).
The ridges are only visible on the right side of the fabric, with the wrong side looking like a standard garter or stockinette (WS) pattern. It's a very versatile stitch that will lend itself well to a multitude of projects, and can be especially useful for adding a bit more detail to a simple pattern.
Wanting to crack on? Ok, let's move on to the instructions...
Cast on any multiple of stitches for your project.